mostly my music is stringently organized, highly rhythmic, peppered with harmony, trance-like and highly vocal. the music is heavily influenced by uncommon rhythms, unusual scales and haunting melodies. i consider some of my music simplistic or repetitive, and i sometimes have a hard time accepting the sound of my own voice. but i realize this is art, not science. some fool once said practice makes perfect?
ophanim, the album featured here, is the fourth full-length album of music in efesar's musical anthology. in retrospect, i can say that there could be two or three more albums worth of music, but some things are just not meant to be published. the music on ophanim is the most acoustically mature and most recent. if you feel the utterly undeniable urge to hear older tracks or b-sidez, visit my MP3.com site.
i've tried to present a balance of emotion, skill and awareness with this album. to a degree, ophanim is a step away from experimentalism as i've attempted to hone certain skills that push into progressive realms.
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